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This week is a great time to see three bright planets—Jupiter, Mars, and Saturn—in the morning sky! Join LSC Planetarium Educator Chrysta Ghent and learn where to find these planets in the sky, and a bit about what makes each planet unique.
Along the way, you’ll visit the two largest moons in the solar system, Ganymede and Titan, visit volcanoes and a canyon on Mars, and fly through the rings of Saturn.
Check it out here:
Video for this presentation was created on an Evans & Sutherland Digistar 6 system.
Liberty Science Center is home to the Jennifer Chalsty Planetarium, the biggest planetarium in America. This live stream was broadcast on Liberty Science Center's Facebook page on Thursday, April 2 – the very first time we streamed a planetarium presentation via social media!
We would like to give a special thank you to the members and supporters who continue to make this science learning possible through their support of the LSC Sustainability Fund!